March 28, 2020 at 5:41 am #29209AlassiranaParticipant
I run a multi-monitor system, and would love to be able to use this program while also working on other things. The fact that I can’t see a way to set it in windowed mode forces me to only work on one thing at a time, which is very difficult sometimes. Could we have windowed mode (including windowed fullscreen)? And the option to choose which monitor it shows up on?March 28, 2020 at 5:55 am #29210KelemelanParticipant
In order to change the mode, click on the sun like icon which is at the upper right part of the ePic window.
You will then be offered a choice between running in full-screen mode, windowed mode or borderless windowed mode.
I believe there is also a way to choose your monitor but that one is beyond my ken. You’ll have to wait for Lbandy. 🙂March 28, 2020 at 11:34 am #29213LBandyKeymaster
As Kelemelan pointed out, the cogwheel (but I like the sun too) icon in the upper right corner is there to toggle between different window sizes. You can also press alt+enter to toggle between Fullscreen and Borderless window easily. If you move around the software in a windowed position and then switch it back to fullscreen, it should switch to fullscreen on the screen it is currently present – but this is up to the operating system to either respect or discard this request.
I hope this helps, but please let us know if there’s any other issues with this.
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